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Exploiting New Ways of Working Strategy Advisory Panel

BBSRC has identified Exploiting New Ways of Working (ENWW) as an enabling theme essential to keep the UK at the cutting edge of bioscience (see related links). The ENWW theme covers enabling innovative working practices in an era of rapid technological advancement, the next generation internet and quantitative and computational approaches to bioscience.

The ENWW Strategy Advisory Panel will provide advice to BBSRC on a broad range of topics including:

  • Bioscience technology development (e.g. genomic technologies, and imaging)
  • Data-driven biology
  • Bioinformatics and e-science
  • Synthetic biology
  • Integrative and systems biology


  • Develop and maintain an overview of relevant research, training and knowledge exchange across the BBSRC community
  • Maintain an overview of the research, training and knowledge exchange activities supported by other sponsors, both nationally and internationally
  • Advise BBSRC on the strategic direction of its research, training and knowledge exchange portfolio, in order to maintain the competitiveness of the UK in line with the Strategic Plan


Professor J Dow (Chair) - University of Glasgow
Professor M Bennett - The University of Nottingham
Professor T Dafforn - University of Birmingham
Professor C Goble - The University of Manchester
Professor N Hall - University of Liverpool
Dr P O'Toole - University of York
Professor C Orengo - University College London
Dr G Micklem - University of Cambridge
Dr P Sanseau - GSK
Professor P Shaw - John Innes Centre
Mr S Ward - Synthace Ltd.
Professor D Wilkinson - Newcastle University

Meeting dates and papers


11 August


15 April

1 August

15-16 December


22 March

6 August

16-17 December


Genomics, Data and Technologies (GDT) sector